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Rigoletto Pizza & Pasta
Posted by VictoiseC on 10/31/2010
I have to agree with No Strollers is Great posted down yonder. Ha. There are too many strollers in the way and I like this policy although I never noticed it before. The pizza is divine, you can even eat it for breakfast which I have. Everytime I have pizza elsewhere I think of what I didn't get because it wasn't Rigoletto's. And I've never ever had bad service in years of going there. Thanks rigoletto, big kiss!
Posted by anonymous on 05/02/2010
Rude service. Over-priced. Ordered pasta and asked if portion is big enough to split and was told yes and they showed me a large container. Portion was ridiculously small and didn't even half-fill the container (sad for $8.50). When I inquired they were indignant and rude. Pizza was dry. Tables messy. Overall bad experience.
Posted by yummy pizza on 03/21/2010
yummy eats. the stroller people are just gossiping. babies are actually removable from strollers.
Posted by Anonymous on 03/08/2010
I've been going to Rigoletto for several years now and think it's the best place in the neighborhood for a thin slice of pizza. I'm rethinking my patronage, however, after being forced to leave the restaurant today (a Monday) at 11:20 AM because I brought my son in seated in our small Maclaren stroller. There was only one other customer in the entire place (seated at the window counter), and yet, the silly cashier (young woman who is often on her cell phone while working and too busy to help customers) insisted I remove the stroller. This same woman has let other people remain in the restaurant when it's crowded on a weekend day WITH their strollers, ones bigger than our Maclaren. When I pointed this out to her, she shrugged her shoulders and said "no strollers inside." Maybe people are paying her off to bring in their strollers. Whatever the case, it doesn't make any sense to me to force people out of a restaurant because of a stroller when there is plenty of space to accommodate one. The restriction made a lot of sense in the old space, which was extremely small and cramped, but since the expansion, there is plenty of room for strollers except during rush times and the weekend. I'm happy to leave my stroller outside when the place is crowded, but at 11:20 on a Monday morning, I don't think so.
Posted by I hate kids on 03/03/2010
Food is very good here. They have very unique combinations as well. Delivery time took too long though and we were forced to pick it up. I just learned of the anti-stroller policy and I will make sure to go here even more. Why do I want to see you and your stroller in the place? Just have it delivered or get out! Remember, the babies aren't buying slices either.
Posted by UWSider on 01/12/2010
Seriously? I understand having a minimum amount for delivery orders, but no slices?? I was with them on the stroller ban - people should be able to move around a small restaurant - but this is just stupid business. Come on Rigoletto, pretend you're a pizzeria!
Posted by designerb on 11/22/2009
This is the best pizza up here. The ingredients are fresh and the crusts are thin and crisp, although it is not "thin crust pizza". If you are walking a long distance from downtown and stop in here it will be very savory. This place is very efficient. I don't expect atmosphere in a take out pizza place, but this is really a comfortable spot. They have dipping sauces and I tried the basil. I will be back!